Was Prince William mocked at a dinner held by the British Ambassador?

The royal couple flew to Paris Friday for more royal duties.

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a multi-colour, 3/4-bell sleeve tweed fit and flare belted Chanel blazer dress, paired with black pumps, for most of the day. They looked cosy at Musee d'Orsay, where they were photographed looking through its famous giant clock, and were all smiles as they visited the Eiffel Tower, where they met fans and members of a rugby team.

Later, William and Kate headed to the launch of Les Voisins with the British ambassador to France, Edward Llewellyn. Kate wore a red coat and was spotted smiling and chatting with her husband in the crowd.

During the stop, the royal couple met with victims and fire responders from two tragic Parisian terrorist attacks - the November 2015 attacks in Paris that left 130 people dead and the 2016 attack in Nice on Bastille Day, which left 86 people dead.

Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton visited the French capital on Friday, in a diplomatic move that analysts believe is meant to soften a divorce between Britain and the European Union.

Over the weekend, Kate and William made their first official public appearances since the leak of the disturbing video showing the future king taking part in what is being described as "dad dance" in Verbier, Switzerland.

The couple are visiting Paris for two days on what has been described as a "charm offensive", seeking to strengthen the diplomatic links between the United Kingdom and France ahead of Britain's exit from the European Union. This was reportedly the first official visit after Princes Diana's demise.

William and Kate will also attend the Wales vs France Six Nations rugby match.

French President Francois Hollande accompanied the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William at the Elysee Palace in Paris, France, on 17 March 2017.

Despite any tension the couple may have in their relationship right now, Will and Kate appeared at a St. Patrick's day event in London, honoring soldiers from the Irish Guards.

Which leaves the real question (after, how many kidneys would I need to sell for that bag/belt/dress), what will the Duchess wear for her next bout of very important/slightly tiresome business?

The Paris trip is among a series of scheduled visits by the royal family to European countries in the months ahead - including William's and Kate's July visit to Germany and Poland.

  • Salvatore Jensen